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Just another TV show; nothing special or original. It seems to attempt to be a "nutHOUSE", but it's pretty flat. The writing is mediocre, at best; you can predict all or part of every line of dialogue. There is no sexual tension between Nora and Jack, ex-lovers, though there obviously is supposed to be. The secondary characters are all bad clones of familiar TV types and add almost nothing to the show. Compare this stinker with other FOX dramas and it's not even in the same league.
This is basically a good idea gone bad. Clean "house", and hire a major league staff behind the camera. These actors work hard and deserve better material.
This show misses the mark on almost all fronts...a LOSER!
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